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azfoote posted 06-23-2005 03:05 PM ET (US)   Profile for azfoote   Send Email to azfoote  
What is easiest way to drain fresh water tank on 23'Whaler Conquest? Thanks.
bsmotril posted 06-23-2005 04:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for bsmotril  Send Email to bsmotril     
unscrew the hose from the showerhead, hang the hose over the side, and run the pump until the tank empties. BillS
sflnative posted 07-12-2005 08:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for sflnative  Send Email to sflnative     
Bill is right, that is the easiest way. To get the drain plug you have to almost be a contortionist--I propped my body upside-down with most my entire torso in the engine wells between the two engines to unscrew the plastic drain plug. After that, I got a screw-plastic nipple, clamped a hose onto it, and have a plastic threaded nipple and plug on the pigtail hose that reaches most of the way into the bilge area. This way I can drain it anytime more easily.
Treypescatorie posted 07-12-2005 09:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for Treypescatorie  Send Email to Treypescatorie     
Be carefull when completely draining the tank. The pump could loose its prime. It happens all the time on my 21 conquest.
bsmotril posted 07-17-2005 12:38 AM ET (US)     Profile for bsmotril  Send Email to bsmotril     
That's when your lung capacity comes in handy. Just suck on the shower hose with the pump runnig and you'll get prime back quick. BillS

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